Hill County Detention Center

Hill County Detention Center

Havre, Montana


Affordable Bail Bonds & Monitoring has been serving the state of Montana for over 20+ years. When someone you care about has been arrested, you need the help of an agent with years of experience in the judicial system. Our bail bondsmen get the job done quickly and professionally. We understand unfortunate things happen and work hard to make sure the defendant is released and back home as quickly as possible. We are available 24/7 and once you give us a call, we’ll begin work immediately. Find a location near you and contact one of our experienced and knowledgeable agents today!

Hill County Detention Center

1450 2nd St W,

Havre, MT 59501

Contact A Hill County Bail Bondsman

When a person is arrested by the Hill County Sheriff’s Office, they are taken to the Hill County Jail. If this happens, they need the best team of local bail bondsmen in the Hill County area to get them out quickly. One of our bondsmen can begin working to get your loved one released from the Hill County Jail. If someone was arrested by the Hill County Sheriff’s Office but is not currently in custody at the Hill County Jail, there is a chance that he or she was taken to a different Hill County jail facility. You can check the main Hill County Jail inmate list online by using our Hill County Detention Inmate Search.

Got a Question?

We know you have many questions about the bail bond process. Here at Affordable Bail Bonds & Monitoring, we understand the confusion and frustration. We are here to help you get the answers you’re looking for. We answer questions such as the common ones listed on the right, as well as questions about how long it takes to get someone out of jail, how to get a warrant lifted, and other questions you may have.

 The application takes approximately 10-15 minutes. Release times may vary from
facility to facility. Please ask your agent for specific facility release times.

A: He or she will stay in custody until sentenced or released

A: Collateral can be personal or real property and is used to secure the bond.

When the client has finished his case completely and is exonerated!@

A: We find that most of our clients are eligible for a signature bond.

A: The indemnitor is 100% liable for the full bond amount, including any fees that occur from Failure To Appear in court.

A: Yes, most facilities will accept the full amount of the bail in cash.

A: We accept all major credit cards, personal checks, and jail checks.

A: Affordable Bail Bonds & Monitoring is a family-owned business and we pride ourselves on our professionalism. You can verify our bail bond licensed status by contacting the Montana State Insurance Commissioner and the State of Montana Department of Licensing.

A bail bondsman is any person or company that will act as a surety and pledge money or property as bail and take responsibility for the court appearances of the persons to whom such bails are issued.

Bail is some form of property deposited or pledged to a court in order to persuade the court to release a suspect from jail, with the understanding that the suspect will return for any and all court appearances or forfeit the bail, which is illegal. Some common names for missing court appearances is bond forfeiture, skipping bail, jumping bail, and bond jumping.

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